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(Avant-Garde, Free Improvisation, Electronic, Experimental) Musica Elettronica Viva - Friday - 2008, FLAC (tracks+.cue), lossless

Musica Elettronica Viva
Жанр: Avant-Garde, Free Improvisation, Electronic, Experimental
Год выпуска диска: 2008
Производитель диска: Alga Marghen plana-M 29NMN.073 / Reissue
Аудио кодек: FLAC
Тип рипа: tracks+.cue
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Источник: what.cd (Lvdda)
Продолжительность: 40:32
01 Friday 40:32
Flugelhorn, Performer [Etc.], Other [Coordination] - Alvin Curran
Piano, Electronics, Performer [Etc.], Liner Notes - Frederic Rzewski
Saxophone, Performer [Etc.] - Gunther Carius
Synthesizer [Moog], Liner Notes - Richard Teitelbaum
Trombone, Performer [Etc.] - Franco Cataldi
Artwork By [Cover Design] - Edith Schloss
Recorded By - Bob Woolford Sound.
Reissue Producer - Emanuele Carcano
Recorded in May 1969, London, U.K.
Originally released on LP by Polydor in 1969.
Digipak with 8-page booklet including a text by Frederic Rzewski originally published in Source magazine and an except from Richard Teitelbaum's Some MEV Moments.
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Album info
"The MEV group was formed in September 1966 by Alvin Curran, Richard Teitelbaum, Frederic Rzewski, Allen Bryant, Carol Plantamura, Ivan Vandor, and Jon Phetteplace. In the beginning they performed compositions by themselves and others which involved the use of electronic sound produced in real time, or 'live' electronic music. In the summer of 1967, they began to work more with improvisation and less with determinate structures. MEV focus more on interpreting the moment, rather than constructing repeatable programs; creating meaningful rituals, not images; becoming involved with the process, the operation, and not with the result of it, or its effects on people. MEV's music is highly eclectic, resisting ready classification by combining elements of improvised music, computer music, world music, jazz and classical composition, without being clearly definable as any one of them. Being creatures of the '60s, MEV members partook of many of the apparent contradictions which the very richness of those extraordinary times, made possible mixing rationalistic social and political theories and action with magic, mysticism and hashish, musically juxtaposing pseudo-primitive rhythmic pulses, drones and chants with avant garde post-serial textures and techniques, inter-connecting organic rhythms of the human body with cutting edge, high-tech synthesizers. But by maintaining an attitude of openness, acceptance, and inclusiveness that allowed for any and all things to co-exist equally, and refusing to regard such dichotomies as contradictions at all, they made what were undoubtedly among MEV, major contributions. For the realization of Friday, recorded in London in May 1969, MEV were Frederic Rzewski (piano, electronics, etc.), Alvin Curran (flugelhorn, etc.), Richard Teitelbaum (Moog synthesizer), Franco Cataldi (trombone, etc.), Gunther Carius (saxophone, etc.). The main theme around this MEV piece is communication. Communication by means of music can be a very efficient means of reaching quick agreement among large numbers of people, because when you call something music, you have tacitly accepted a convention by which it is understood that the sounds that you make have no particular meaning, they are just sounds and therefore free to serve the general purpose of pure communication. Music can bring people together where language divides them. When this happens, the 'concert' will come to resemble other other liberated forms such as the party or the day-off, themselves secular remnants or earlier ceremonies. MEV music is not meant to impress people, but to liberate them." -- Forced Exposure
TITLE "Friday"
PERFORMER "Musica Elettronica Viva"
REM GENRE "Experimental"
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TITLE "Friday"
INDEX 01 00:00:00
XLD extraction logfile
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XLD extraction logfile from 2010-04-10 15:07:14 -0400
Musica Elettronica Viva / Friday
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TOC of the extracted CD
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Track 01
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CRC32 hash (skip zero) : 81E541BB
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Edge jitter error (maybe fixed) : 0
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No errors occurred
End of status report
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